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Building a New Movement: Land Conservation and Community

This report presents the findings of the Center for Whole Communities and the Land Trust Alliance’s survey research on nature and community engagement among traditional land trusts. From these results, Whole Communities presents new models and tools for advancing holistic and community-centered land conservation.

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Author(s): Helen Whybrow, Peter Forbes, Danyelle O'Hara
Organization: The Center for Whole Communities
Date: 09/01/2008
Resource Type: Publication
Topic: Land Justice

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